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10 ? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920, Stewards of the Jockey Club Refuse to Grant Johnny Loftus a License to Ride in Races This 'Season ll LOFTUS IS REFUSED A LICENSE TO RIDE America's Premier Jockey Kimied Wrn.li of Stewards in Miirylniiil Lnsfc Fall. XO HE A SOX TS ADVANCED ( French Boxing Champion and His Bride - J- Was Criticised for Weak Hides on Sir Itnrton, Sun Uriar and .Han 0' War. II IIK.MIV V. KINfi. Johnny Loftus. America's premier Jockey, Is In more trouble with thu turf ' authorities. Yesterday nftcrnoon tho . ttflwardH of tho Jockey Club refused to f;rant liltn a lloenso to rldo this year. No reason wan advanced for placing the ban en tho treat Jockey, but from unofficial , sources It wait learned that ho earned the wrath of stownrds In Mnrylund lust i fall. Loftus's work In the ("addle last year 1 was excellent, but ho rode threo races milch earned Mm fevere criticism. At Kmplro City ho handled Willis Sharp Kilmer's Sun Hrlar co h.n'.ly that the stewards of th nn-otiiiK set him down After litvostiBattmr his case for several i ays they restored him to sood standing, but refused to eoneralo him. In the SanfOid Memorial at Saratoga he rode Samuel Kiddie's Mm o' War like an apprentice boy and caused the first and only dofcat of the great colt. There was nothing criminal In this ride, nnd both Mr. Kiddle and Louis Kcustal, hU (miner, excused him for It. They at tributed his bad horsemanship to over anxiety to win. In November nt Maryland ho fjave a forry exhibition on Commander J. K. L Itoss's Sir llarton when that renowned colt was beaten by S. C. Hlldrcth's Mad J latter. A host of racegoers said Sir llarton was the best horse In tho race nnd that with a better ride ho would have won. Ouy Iledwell, trainer for Commander Hoss". was displeased with tho rldo nnd said uncomplimentary things about tho Jockey. In nil of Sir Ilarton's futuro races Kummcr and not Loftus, had the leg up on him. Loftus has been under tho ban several times, but on each occasion the authori ties found nothing criminal against him nnd granted him a license nnd a warn ing against rough riding and keeping bad company. As a rider Loftus has no equal. Ho has nn abundance of nerve, Is alert at tho iwst, a good Judge of pace tnd the strongest finisher since the days of "Snapper" Garrison. He Is a heavy weight and has difficulty making 116 pounds. It was his Intention to give tip riding at the end of this season and go into the training business. Ho is a practical horseman and can prepare a thoroughbred for a contest as well as ft host of men who have licenses to train. s Mr. Itlddlo Is exceptionally fond of mm and when he renewed his contract for this year gave him a substantial increase in salary ' and a handsome bonus. Loftus Is now at Mr. Riddle's farm Bt Berlin, Md. YANKEES WIN IN SCENIC PARADISE Palm UeacW "Winter Colony Sees Reds Beaten l)y Spore of 7 to 8. Oeorfivj Carpontler, pugilistic Idol of France, heavyweight champion of Ku ropo, and his bride, who was Mile. Oeorgetto Klsasser, are passengers on t lie French steamship La Savole, which tailed from Havre March IS and Is jluo at this port next Monday. Tho accom panying photograph of Monsieur and Mme. Carpentler was taken nt Nice shortly nfter their civil marrlago nn March 10 and toslfles to the engaging personality of tho couple. Wireless messages from the Savole bring tho distressing news that the boxer und his bride both suffer from mat de mer, but that tho resourceful Francois Desx-amps, manager of the boxer, Is free from tho aliment and Is giving first aid to tho afflicted. Car pentler hns always dreaded tho sea, being nn Indifferent sailor, nnd in the past has refused flattering offers to come to Amerlci becauso of his fear of seasickness. It Is said Carpentler has mado a promise to his bride that after his bout with Dempscy for the world's championship he will retlra from the ring. DAMASK FIRST IN JEFFERSON DERBY 1L T. Whitney's Colt Makes Opponents Look Cheap in $5,000 Stake Itace. SIROCCO VICTOR IN FEATURE AT HAVANA Beats Sprinters in St. Patrick Day Handicap. avana, Cuba., March 17. Sirocco, me i-unsisieni son or sir UeorTrcy, won the St. Patrick's Day Hnndlcap, the feature of the card at Oriental Park to day. He was a well played favorite and scored in clever style. Ima Frank was second nnd Different Eyes third. The live nnd one-half furlongs was run in the good time, of 1 :0G. Mike Dixon took the second raco in a drive by a length. He was all out to defeat Encore. Ho was taken to the outside of ids field and forced wido in the stretch, but closed gamely and got Vl? .oslu"n- 1Iu Paid in the mutucls 515.30. The results: First Itace Purse JS00; four-year-olds XLTJ": ii CF I furious-May ,.,., ouign niso ran. nrte0nnfJccr.,,u.r88 ,50- four-year-olds Dixon, 403 (Drown), 10 to 1. 4 to 1 and I r W0.n: iEn:0". 106 (Wilson), 4 to 1, I,,'"5 '', "V. ,0, 5', sec"n''. Wanclilta. no (ilargan). 3 to 1, 6 to G and 3 to 5 third V.T '"l-Boby Bond,. Allub. 5bunlce; 1 0?, a'"1 NePhew also ran. ....... ,v,itc ruree 6uu: tnres.v(-nr.nM claiming; alx furlong tflnrdorn, 103 (Wll Mn), even. 1 to : and 1 to 4. won- Little J, second: Incinerator. 100 (Fletcher). 4 ii' . $ in nnn j in &a:b-' - uieKenS), 8 to a, 1 to : and out: won' Ima Frank, lie (Chlavetta), 2 to 1. 4 to c i rryon). Special to Tun Scs a,nd New Yonit Hriuin. N'ew Orleans, La., March 17. Harry Payne Whitney's Damask carried off the Jefferson Derby at Jefferson Park to-day In a manner that left no doubt regarding hi? superiority over the field that opposed him. Tho colt was never urged and won In a gallop In 1 :54 4-5. This is ono and one-llfth seconds better than tho track record for the mile and an eighth distance. The'attendance, clad In summer finery, was one of the largest In the history of Jefferson Park. It was estimated at 8,000. It was the closing day of racing in this city. Alllvan caused considerable delay at the post by her whimsical tactics and kicked Bullet Proof twice. Wi'ien the break came Hreadman lunged sideways, and Bullet Proof In another effort to get awny from Alllvan caromed Into St Oermaln, making ths start appenr ludicrous. Ambroso quickly sent Damask to the lead on the rail, followed by Alllvan and Hullet Proof. Bullet Proof was pinched back In an effort to get through on the Inside rounding tho first turn and was forced to taKo up and go around to set clear sailing. Damask was full of run- GIANTS GO UP IN THE AIR IN TEXAS On Terra Firma They Smother Kelly Field Nine by Score of 16 to G. II DANIEL. Special to The Scn a.no Nkw Yonn IIebaid. San Antonio, Tex., March 17. Many a time have the Giants gone up In the air but never before did they do It by the wholesale ns they did this af ternoon at Kelly Field. Pitchers vol planed, outfielders roomed and Inflclders did the barrel roll In tho biggest cnrnl val of aviation in which nnx baseball club yet has figured. John McGraw himself, practically every one of the for ty-two players In the squad and a ma jority of the writers with tho club went up In aeroplanes ns part of a St Patrick's Day celebration, which hap pily went off without a. hitch nnd In which all tho errors were made on terra flrma. , Tho flights were made before and af ter a baseball game In which ' the Giants defeated the Kelly .Field team by a score of 16 to 6. The contest was a far more Interesting1 one than that in which tho Glnhts figured here In the spring of 1918, when tho filers were led by George Kelly, then a mechanic in the air service. To-day the Kelly Field nine put up a hot fight for a good part ning and reeled ott each successive fur- of the way and actually was In tho lead long with clockwork regularity, with for four Innings, the score at tho open Ambrose holding him under stout re- ing of the fifth round standing 5 to 2 In ' en.,n. . . 1. I .. 1 . U .utv. ui iuu pumio lettiu, .nun lei is not be said that the Giants were not trying the best they know how. George Kelly was the biff favorite with the filers and got a big hand every time ho came to bat. He made sood, too, particularly wlUi a two base hit in the fifth Inning. The score: second, Different Eyes, 110 Time. 1:06. Major House and Marie John Fifth Itace Purse. J600; four-year-olds J",d.hP,1: cJa1n'nei ono and Wil" Wntl mile. Solid Itock. 109 (Wilson), 1(1 mJL.i .an,i out' ,von: Great Gu. 308 (Mountain), 3 to 1, even nnd out rCn;l; HUcil.Na"' 106 to6. I to 5 nnd out, third. Time, 1:63 4-5. Lucky Pearl and Little Nearer also ran. f-lxtn Race I'urao 1800; four-year-olds CJrrtJ!.PH'ar,d;, cla,m'n: mllo- and fifty arda-Harlock, 103 (Atkinson), 4 to 1. fni? a,nJ. 10 5' wni Zodiac, '108 '"row"; 7 2. 7 to 5. and 7 to 10 sec- I'll ATT AVHKSTLKItS WIX. The Pratt Institute wrestling team de leated the StcvenB Tech mntmcn by tlte t-coro of 23 to D yesterday afternoon In He Walker Gymnasium In Hoboken. Pratt scored the 23 points on two falls :.nrt three decisions, whilo Stevens ob lalned one fall and ono decision. This is the second tlmo the engineers have icshed on the mat this season, tho first time S.evcna winning by 15 to H. HAVANA ENTRIES. nrst Race-six ftirlnn-. , , . uonai Amateur enl upward; clalmM?; rEl S1uash Racquets title Jay Oould of .i..1 MjaJer. W: Holljhwu. Ml; VMlabell". Kew Yrk and Joseph W. Wear, for lck MlH ra,if.: .'v,0,,i'"'n Jlf.d IW! 'Frci. ,merly of St Louis but now of this city. Walton ilk M' -Natlv! So"- lw: anl won tho court tennis doubles champion- Kond Itaeslx furloilt.9. thrcc-year-oldi: s"lp -UUo ,he R11" club- They KJiitluui c I . xitbtttx) tuiu Tj, d. liOUlut Jr., In three straight sots, 61, 60. 61. stralnt At tho threo and a half furlongs pole Coltilettl sent Bullet Proof up on the Inside, but again ha was blocked by Damask, Tho Whitney colt then begnn to draw awaj and at the end he was six lengths In front and going easily. Damask will be sent to Kentucky for further preparation for tho rich blue grass classics. Tho- JclTerson Derby netted his owner $4,975. Bullet Proof earned $700 and Brcadman $300, and Vlllvan saved her ctaka by running fourth. First Race Three-year-olds and unward: claiming; purso SOW: six furlongs. Maras mus, 114 ( Itodrinue: ) , 11 to 10,-1 to 3, and out, first: Madras Olnitham, M (Kennedy), S to 1. 2 to 1. and 4 to 5. second: Subahdar. 114 (Meyers). 6 to 2. 4 to 6. and 1 to 4. third. Time, 1:13 3 5. Sister Ilclene and lluman also ran. Second Itace-Three-iear-o ns and unward: clalmlntr: puree 1600; six furlongs. Itedland. in (Kennedy), : to z, to s, and out, ltrsi; Converse. Ill (Wida), 8 to 6, 1 to 2. and out, Mcond: Kttahe. 106 (Wliittlniton). C to 1. 2 to 1, and 7 to 10, third. Time. 1:13 3-5. 1)1; idea, silvery snapiro and sne Devil also ran. rnini icace ucaurernni imrse: wree-year olds and upward: purse SiiOO; fire and a half lurlongs. Taltio, io: (Ei-icKson). 6 to 2, even, and 2 to 6, first; Talisman, 97 ( WldaJ. 6 to 2, 4 to anu z to 6, second: uormoran, 102 iH nr . 2a to I. s to 1. and 4 to 1. third. Time, 1:0J. Sand- Mac. Barry's Pet, Our Lit tle Ann, lTeclous I'eirl, wnito Haven, step son and Fox' Choice also ran. Fourth llaee 1 ouM'ear-olda and UDward: claiming; purse 1(00: ono mile nnd a six- leentn. sun uod, 110 ( wnitunirtoii), even, to 3. and out. first: Franklin. 101 (Ken- ncdy). 5 to 2, 3 to 5, and 1 to 3. second: Oar une, ivj (uotinguez), id 10 1, 5 to :, and 4 to 5, third. Time, 1:43 4-5. Napthalius, Kimp- along and :courrfman also ran. Fifth Itace The Louisiana Derby; three-year-olds; (.000 added; one mile and a fur long. Damask, lis (Ambrose), 1 to 3, out, and out, first; Bullet Proof, 118 (Coltilettl), 7 to 1, 6 tu 5, and 2 to 5, second; Breadman, 118 (Willis). 10 to 1. 5 to 2. and 7 to 10. third. Tims, 1:54 4-5. Alllvan, King's Champion and si. uennain aieo ran. Sixth Race Three-year-olds and unward: claiming; purse 1600; one mile and ecrenty yards. Indian Chant, 117 (Wida), 2 to 1, 4 to 0, anu i 10 a, ursi; vmcK uarmey, 11: ( Rodri guez), 4 to 1, 8 to 6, and "0 to 10, second; Brynhillmah, 107 (Kennedy). 10 to 1, 3 to 1, and 8 to 5, third. Time, 1:40. Little String, Cadlllaek. Ornery. Contestant, Miss Sterling, Bthel Hill. Say When, Verity and Til lor Tat also ran. Seventh fla Brlckley, 30 to 1, 12 to 1 and 6 to 1, won: Yorkist, 15 to 1, 6 to 1 and 3 to I. second; l'as de Chance. 8 to J, 3 to 1 and 8 to 6, third. Time, 1:451-3. Bond, Arch Plotter. Triomphant. Midia, Will Do, Corson and Starter also ran. DOUBLES FOR GOULD AND WARE Squash nacqnet Chnmplom Annex Court Teiinln Title. Special to Tnu So.- i.t d Niw Yobk nranu. Philadelphia, Pa., March 17. Dis playing tho same splendid form that gained them tho National Amateur hA D,ror,l? ): Qu rive and 1 . IK; nym Nptm j.avv .niie: irUW-Tnnr.nM. ,.! TIMnl Itat-F ircc-rear oMs a Pomereno. TijV.i Hi u-c" uanney, no. ..TOM ItatwFive and nrt;ii i. inrcc.rearol.ls and iiDr,l- rf, TA ' Fourth X,. . .; purse KW: llorkiiri it 111: MuJsilC ill. " S,CC" 155 ; Fifth li-,,i.. i,. .. ,1,1. .;h ;,,..'"'--.,.""u'c?p: inree-year- intt tiu. ... 1,7. Itnhhnh M .! 1 '"rr mann. 112; The Snob, 114. 1,m' Apprtntlc aUovrance claimed. GUERNSEY EXTENDS RIVAL. Force National Sqnnnh' Champion to III nrm Speed. After a "low Ptnrt. OtU niirrnuv gained epaed in the semi-final round of squash tonnla champlon and forced Aucuste J. national chamolon. in m best speed to win. Mr. Guernsev w.i Unablo to earn more than one point In tho opening game, but he scored 10 in the second nnd kept the third In doubt up to tho final irtroke after "cttlng" tho game at 14 all. The- score was 151, 1510, 17 ljj , KELLEY FIELD. I ab h o .1 el Kt.UIalr.ss. 6 13 1 3 0 Uarls.ZD... 4 10 1 21 Holder.Sb.. 100 1 0 0 Conn'lly.Jb 6 13 1 40 Farrder.lf.. 5 02 4 0 0 McMa'arf. 501 1 00 Weit,cr.... 4 01 3 01 Cook.lb.... 4 11 9 10 Alberts.0... 4 1 5 3 0 0! Eller.p 2 1 1 3 10 Taylor.p... 201 0 2 0 Totals.. ..(1 61527 13 2 GIANTS. art r h n a . Rurnt.lt.... 11 3 00 KlnncJIa.If. 000 0 01 Youn2-.rf... 3S1 1 nn Fletcher.ss. 4 2 2 1 0 0 nates. si 000 0 0 0 Doyle.2b.... S3 1 4 in Slcklng.Sb.. 100 0 0 0 Kauft.cf.... 4 31 1 00 FrlschJb... 8 32 3 1 1 helly.lb 4 0 2 9 2 0 By WILLIAM n. IIANNA. Special to Tub Scn aud New Tobk IIebald. Palm Beach, Fla,, March 17. Palm Beach's winter colony put aside golf, swimming, cycling, hydroplaning and whatever clso Palm Beach is wont td do afternoons, for baseball to-day and thronged tho ball ground to seo tho Yan kecs and ho ItedH In tho third game of their spring series. As It was a New York crowd, or of New York leanings. tne gamo went to suit the fashionables, wfio looked on with appreciative enjoyment. The scoro was 7 to 3 In favor of the lanks, making two out of thrto vlctorle? for them. They won with a slugging foray In the clphth Inning In which Babo Huth found hla eyo and drove a scorch ing two bagger through Daubcrt as part of the uprising. Heci-tilt In th' tlox. Llnwood Smith, ono of the Beds' re cruits, nnd Wnrren Collins, one of llug glns's recruits, both right banders, finished tho work on the rubber. Smith fell down In the eighth, but Collins, unsteady and often In the hole, stuck to It doggedly and pitched -himself out of trouble. lie threw a lot of balls before making the batters hit and depended largely on speed, of which ho had nono too good control. Tho Cincinnati run off of him In the eighth Inning originated in a base on balls, but never would have eventuated If he hadn't neglected to cover first base on two ground balls In Plpp's direction. Thoy became hits because he didn't cover. Yet he had nerve nnd stuff In plnchea to offset Inexperience. Rath led oft with a shot to centre for tho Beds, which, being played poorly by Huth, netted two bases. He was run down nnd caught, Buel to Ward to Fewster, when Daubert tried to sacrifice. The Yankee Infield also took care of the next two batters with neatness nnd colerlty. For New York Fewster rapped a double to centre on which Roush made a beautiful stop and scored when Teck whipped a single past Rapp. Tho epectntors yelled In appreciation. Plpp oncrlflcpd and Ruth struck out, as Pis his custom this spring. He let a beauty bisect, the plate without offering at it. Ilapp missed a grounder from Ward nnd Peck scored. Mogrldge was unsteady and passed two in the Cincinnati second. The Reds are good waiters. An out Intervened between the passes and Mogrldge got the second man when he made a glove stop of Rarlden's hard hit grounder. Fewster threw out Bressler. Flirt With Danger. Mogrldge kept flirting with danger. He passed Rapp, first up In the fourth. Ht made Neale hit at a slow one and Into a force, but Crano singled. Peck enmo in and made a dandy play on a slow tap by Rarlden, and on Plpp's i throw across to Ward, Neale, who had turned third, was run down and doubled up This was a scrumptious play and fielding reduced to a fine art. Mogrldge was hit hard In tho fifth and was ucky to get by with only one run. Pressler doubled down tho third base line. Rath sacrificed and Daubert flammed over Vlck's head and sent In Bressler, but he tried to stretch his hit Inlo a triple and was thrown out, Vlck to Fewster to Ward, Bodle went far .ont for Roush's fly. The pinch hitting faculty of tho "i rinks stood forth prominently In the fifth. With three on bases and only one out. Peck and Plpp hit futllely and couldn't bring In anybody. Warren Collins, known as Rip, went to the hill In the sixth Inning and had a rough voyage. He struck out Duncan, then walked Rapp and hit Neale. How ever, ho kept bursting them through nnd two flies brought success from dan ger. The Reds cracked him for two hits In the seventh, and these, plus a first base out, brought In a run and tied tho score. Tho first base out was from Fewster to Plpp and n matter of poor HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT s Copyright, 1920, b the Sun-Herald Corporation. Special io The Hun an New Yomc IIebald. AN ANTONIO, Tex., March 17. Follovyors of racing "Who have come from New Orleans declaro that tho long season In tho Crescent City developed fow horses of high calibre. By far the most sensational of this small class of animals which came to tho fore Is Damask, which won the Derby at New Orloans to-day. Damask, which la owned by Harry Payno Whitney, Is a good, honost colt and already ho has been made ono of tho favorite for the Kentucky Derby, which Is to bo run at Loulsvlllo in way. Homo racegoers stamp him tho equal of Man o' War. Tho relative merits of Damask and tho Futurity winner over tho Derby route will be decided In tho Prcakness. DnmnHlf la ft riltinnri r ini cur nP n rml nn.l 1m let n nrnfn1if sin! BU tuniivi mi tin j mwi 1 ut, n tivn. uiiu 11c la n wej(t v - Man o' War Is a horse of similar stamp, so we seem certain of a rivalry wnicn may make tho throo-year-old division onco more the feature class In racing In 1920. Lost year tho thryo-year-olds held tho limelight, with Sir Barton getting "y "iicmion, purcnase coming along later and Mad Hatter Become Ing the late season sensation. This combination mav continue Its spec tacular competition this year, hut at any rate tho three-year-olds will glvo them a run for the honor. As for tho two-year-olds, wo have heard only littlo as yet, but they ....vj, uC Luunien on to no tneir share. Last year saw a lot of monoy spent iui yuungsters, probably more than ever before. Giants Have Small Chaftco to (let Stock. The efforts of tho Giants to land a star Infleldor appear to have been defeated. Stock has mado his peace with tho St. Louis club and wo are told that thero Is littlo chance that he will bo traded to the Giants. There s absolutely no chance of getting Hornsby and that affair may bo laid away in camphor. That John McGraw has resigned himself to getting along with tho material now available Is apparent from his work with the Innclders. Not In many years hafl the manager demo so much work In the way of lecturing his infield and demonstrating how he wants things done, He is 'm'i1 tho diamond every morning giving Frlsch pointers on how to cover iin u let n b0 831(1 that 11,0 'outh from Fordham is both a willing and a quick learner. We look for him to provo the' sensation of the league this year. Kelly is doing well at first base and Is hitting tho Dall. FlCtChCr lia nnn PTHlit rlnv nrwl mi l,,4 .In,, !,.. . I.. I 1 ! j . ...... uu, uui 11c in 111 iiiiu OilUJJU and should find himself before tho week Is out. As for Doyle, It is too 7T ,l" 1 reai Juuement on him. Mcpraw is working him easily and ..u ma, oi l0 exert Himself unduly or tnke any chances. jApens who aro going, from camp camp tell us that tho Giants 1 T .1 10 lnem aml Umt tl,e' Probably are tho best advanced club in the matter of training. They lay particular stress on McGraws great pitching staff, which hns MO Pntinl In 41ln lonirnA An., Aat. -,,(1. n .In III.. .1... . . . " W " '" umt is going to make trouble from the opening gong, Yachllng Talk From thn Ronklnir f!lmlr. A considerable furore has been . - - - - - v ... j vii .mt5 bti S-st,. UUI iltft 1.1 lw n A y ""IRS m connection with the defenco of the America's v'Pu. "e1waa ,hat Slr Thomas Llpton contemplated asking the New York Yacht C ub for liberty to substitute his twenty-three meter Shamrock for 7u I . , " at Present flB out at City Island, and the other was- that tno trial races between Resolutn nn.i Vnnitio . . v. itwliiu w. ouiiiu uu tiuit iia rcjj , V1 " ,ne regular course off Sandy Hook. As to tho probability of . -,i,e,ii,t uuaia uiero is aDout as much likelihood as if he Would Sr. .!?PJ Snnmroc, IV. backward against the American defender. S""" in his faith that the fourth Shamrock will work the charm, and until that falls tho Irish baronet will not deviate from his purpose for a moment. V,cro tho America's Cup races to bo sailed off Now Haven it would tu i . , v nnve lno mnJs over th0 same course. Sandy Hook la the logical spot for the trials, and when tho tlmo comes It Is dollars to red u7 New York Tacllt Cll,b boats wl be sce" there in their oi.civiuHj; ljreiiminary. Proper Emblem fo'r Yaniccpo Amorlnn? K 116 Pre.M nd thu publl 10 atten1 tllelr meetings the u ,i 5 ,r,f'e ha? dcm some,h'nP which gave satisfaction I !L i and. I1!6 cTmlUeo Is on the reformatory tack Its next . lu mm uiu i-moiem to auorn the chests of tho athletes and other competitors who will represent Uncle Sam in Belgium In the TutS STJ WCar.lh0 St- -d tripes IvaZ Tl D"'K'U, w'cn a critic onco said reminded him of a iZ .hTL V L utaer ,anas wear tnelr ,lnffs sc?d on the front of e8A"lfTAh-fi?. ? W -othlng which arousel French SwP: xr"::,l","f' "Anfr w d'e The English. ,nM' . Vu , " ' oeiKians, Portuguese, Spanish and even re,W?:L hP ir at Stockholm and they all looked' good. NS hiei t3 o "iMn.f. ut the United States , ,v y,, jcaa o cum omijua wuuia uo better. BUYING TROTTERS TO GO TO HOLLAND J. D. '31. Schuyl of ftotterdnm Pays 1,050 for refer Worth, 2;09 3-J., at Garden Sale. Prices for trotting horses ranged from 34,050 down to 55 at the opening of the Faslg-Tlpton Company's auction sale In Madison Sauare Garden vesterdav. J. D. choice by Fewster. who had time to m. Schuyl. who arrived from Rotterdam throw to the plate and shut off tho run. jt Friday to buy for the European 600 !S0 The Yanks gavo Smith an artistic hammering in their eight Inning and ran up five runs. Plpp opened with a two V. . n ........ T..I..1. nM4 Smt::: 2?? $1 Ruth tore ono through Daubert which neany toon janes leg wun n, wara bunted, which merely served to reduce New York's run grist, for the Yankees had Smith's measure and were plaster ing him. Vlck, Bodle, Ruel and Fewster ripped safe ones through tho air or turf and the five run accumulation was a plenty. The score : tiuotiell.p.. 200 1 00 Douirlas.p.. l (i o 3 0 Jiau.p.... i to o oo .n... . . Total.....J?l!lIT 71 niiun mi- iiuuucu in ine nitn lnninr. luams..... 3 0 0 0 6 0 1 6 1-1S nr iiey r iei 1201 1 0 0 0 06 iiuiwu i uii r.urr. inrre Dane nits Kaun. C-riif h'. u1""8 t "lts-Douslas. Frich, helly. 1: JfcJIahon. Jxft on bar Olanti 7- eile Tela. 7. Satriflee hit-DavU. Hlti- vm nuuurii, 3 in i inmnjs; on Dourlaf. n in u innings; on KUer. i in 4 Inning: off TaTlor. 10 in 5 lnninsa. Struck out-Bj il'er. 2; by Taylor. 1; by Hubbell, 2. BajM un uojih vii juier, u; oir Taylor, pitch Eller. PaHl balla Alberts, zales. Umpire-Bill Bitnnan. Wild Gon- Note of the Yankee. The New York crowd left for Jackson ville after the game. Tho Yanks hook up with the Dodgers again to-morrow. Charles Ebbets was here to-day look ing on, Badle, Collins and Meusfl all took a plunge In tho broad Atlantic this morn ing. "The water's fine," they said, Vlck mado a bopeheaded throw In the seventh. He fielded Daubert'a hit to third, when there was no chance for a play there, instead of throwing to second nnd holding Daubert at first. Llnwood Smith, who pitched for the Reds, comes from the shipyards at Portsmouth, Va. j The Reds are not hitting yet. They haven't had much practice. "At this tlmo of the tfear." says Eurenn Me. Cann, "any pitcher wh6 curves the ball is a montn ancau of tne batters." NEW YOMK (AX.) I abrhoae Fewater.Tb 4 12 2 60 recK.irn.es. sn i so PiDD.lb.... 311 10 Rulh.cf.... 411 0 00 Ward.3b.... 3 00 3 2 0 VIek.rf 412 1 10 Bodle.K.. iiuei.e. CINCINNATI tV.U) ahrhoaj Itath.2b 4 1 2 3 6 0 Daubert.lb. 4 1 2 11 0 0 Uoufh.c!.... 5 01 3 0 0 nuncan.lt. Hipp.Jn. Neale.rf, 312 2 00 Crane.BS.,.. 3 11 I 1 0 Barlden.c... Jlorriilire.p 1 00 0 4 0!tWinjo Collliu.p... 20 0 0 0 0 Meusel. Totali., 1 00 0 9 01 .33 7102713 0 Allcn.c Hresoler.p.. Smith.p 60 1 2 00 201 0 21 301 1 00 301 1 31 200 2 10 1 00 0 00 100 1 10 211 0 10 200 0 00 Roush ran in on Fowster'a short fir in the eighth, dropped It, but mado a great try. He ntado a superb stop of Fowster's two bagger In the first. A great ball player this chap, and as iroorl on ground balls as Speaker. Roush whisked a ball to right on which ho made three bases, but If rimi had had any- suppleness In his back It would have been an out The Yankee first baseman apparently forgot how to stoop. Bodle made two more hits.' Ho u hacked the ball safely In every eame of the series. Fewster .also wielded an effective mace. , TIED SOX DEAT PIIIATES. Hot SpntKos, Ark., 1'Arcli 17, (Es hlbttlon) Boston Americans, 6, 7, 1 : Pittsburg Nationals, 5, 10, 4. Batteries Flaherty, Holborrow, Fortune and Liv ingston nnd DeVlne! Carlson, Wlsner, Eberhard, Ponder and Lee and Hoeffner. CARDINALS VICTORIOUS. PitAiR, Tex, March 17. (Exhibition) St. Louis National, 9, 10, 1 ; Phlladel- pnia Americans, t, v, Totals 34 3 1024 13 2 Batted for Morrldre In fifth Innln;. 1 Batted for .Rariden In sixth inntn;. New York 2000000 C 1-7 Cincinnati 00001010 13 two Daso niis-ewsier, npp, mn, Dau bert, Bressler, Rath. Three base hit Kounii, Kun Datted in Fewster. 2: Peckln naagb, Bodle, Vick. Ruel. Roush, 2; Dau bert. Scored on error New York, 1, Sacri fice hits Plpp. Rath, Ward. Ruel. Stolen oaaea pp, vicit, Keale. urane. Sjett on bates New York, 7: Cincinnati. 13, First base on errors New York. 2. Double Dlara crane, nam ana uauDert; citinpaugb, Plpp. Ward, Ruel and Ward. IIlt--Off Mot-. ridro. 5 In 5 Inn Inns: off Collins. S in Inmnrs:, off Bressler, 3 in 5 lnninta: off Smith, 7 In 3 Innlnrs. Earned runs Of! Mot ridxe. 1: off Collins. 2: oft Dressier. 1: off SmUh, E. Bases on balls Oft Mogridre. 3; off Collins. 3: off Bressler, 1: oft Smith, 1. Struck out By MogTridfe, 2; by Collin. B; by Brwnler, 1: by Smith, 1. Jilt by pitched ball By Collins (Neale. Wild nlteh Collins. Paused ball Allen. Umpires Messrs. Dinneen and Cleary. Time ot tame 2 hours. Notes of the Player. The hand of many a player shook when he signed tho Government release and Indicated whero the "remains" were to be sent In case of an error overhead. X good many of the service men here aro from New York. They did not know whether to root for the Giants or the home Uam. But they seemed to strike some sort of a compromise. McGraw did not think that he was taking any chances with thousands of dollars worth of ball players. "Statistics show that most men die in bed," said .Mac. , The other day Ed Mackall, the trainer, would not risk having a little dog about the field. He was afraid It would bite a valuable player. To-day these name players went flying. Lou McCarty made a record. Ho went up 4.000 feet and hit a speed ot about 180 miles an hour. To-morrow the Giants play the San Antonio club for charity. On Friday they pack and on Saturday mest the Red Sox at Fort Worth. market, went to the highest figures of the day when he bought the four-ycarfJ old bay colt Peter Worth, 2:09i, In the consignment of J. O. Winston, Sauger tles, N. Y., for export to Holland. Ho made his record last season, nnd was separately timed In a losing heat in 2:06V4. Peter Worth was by Axworth, 2 :10, can of Guy Axworthy, 2:08, nnd It war noteworthy that the next best price was paid for the two-year-old filly Carolyn Cox, by Guy Axworthy, whllo Cobwebs, a yearling filly by the same popular sire, brought $2,600. Both daughters of Guy Axworthy were in tho consignment from Walnut Hall Farm, Lexington, Ky. R. E. Morcland, a Lexington dealer, bought Carolyn Cox. Cobwebs Vent to R. J. Fisher of Hillsdale. N. J. Billy Smith, a yearling colt by San Francisco, 2:07',i, out of Emily Ax worthy, by Axworthy, the sire of Guy Axworthy, was purchased by William H. Leese, a Brooklyn tralnJr, who was said to be acting for H. W. Hanan ot tho Parkway Driving Club. The nineteen colts and fillies, all but two of which wcro yearlings. In the Wal-. I nut Hall Farm consignment, brought $16,290, an average ot $857. E. J. Tran ter of tho Faslg-Tlpton Company said this average was the best he could re call for a similar consignment from tho same farm. About twenty more of the Walnut Hall trotters, delayed in transit from Kentucky, are to be offered to day, when tho sale ends, i I Some of the best prices yesterday were: Hollyrood Axworthy, eh. K. (6), by Axworthy, 2!lJij; dam Hollyrood Bessie. Harry A. Ilruile. Windsor Locks, Conn Wilton Forbes, 2:1K, br, r. it), by J. .Malcolm Forbes, 2:01; dam Dainty Daffo. J.F. O'Shea, llaek ensack. N. J The Great Ere, b. f. (4), by Peter the Great, 2:07 nam ava un ward. R. II. MacKenile, Engle wood. N. J 7(0 Peter Worth, 2:09i. b. . (4), by x Axwortn, 3:10; dam reironena. J. D. M. Schuyl. Rotterdam. Holland. 4.050 Pollyanna. 2:21 U, bl. m. (7), by Ken tucky Todd. 2:0S: dam Rttte na'ron. A. C. Durnnam, Montague City, Mass 75 Kerrliran, 2-.lHi, br. s. (8). by Ax worthy: dam Carrie Kerr. E. J. Tranter, agent.. 1,100 David Watts, 2:26, cn. g. (). Dy cen. Watts, 2:0: dam Lady . A. J. Furbusb, Brighton. Mass Kilty Forbes, b. f. (3). by J. Mal colm Forbes, 2:09: dam Dorothy Todd. Fred K. Jones, Frankfort, Philadelphia, Pa Lexington Maid, b. f. (1), by Ouy Axworthy, 2:09: dam Lucy Jones, J:20Vi. BenJ. Moore, West Nyack, N. Y Llnnle Frisco, l. f. (1), by San Fran cisco, 2:07: dam The Llnnetf. TrS . Iloutk'' OMenneld. Mass.. 650 Truo i.risco, b. 0. (l), by San Fran- clco dam Trufsada, 2:09U. E J. Tranter, New York COO U.d?.E"n' ch- by Manrlco n.. -:Mi; dam Eolls. w. It. Cox, In dlanapolis, Ind.... 300 . f?."' bf (1)' bV Qay Axworthy, ?, Vl am Oeam Silk, 2:24 ',. It. J. Fisher, Hillsdale, N. J...... 2, inon uuy. b. c. (1). by Guy Ax worthy; dam Nettle Wilton. R. H. Gillespie. Snow Hill. Md.... Marmot, hlk. c. (2). by Moko: dim Lady Julia. Robert Proctor, Head vllle, Mats tra Silly Smith, b. c. (1), by San Fran' clsci; dam Emily Axworthy. .V, 11. Leone, agent 3,000 Carolyn Cox, ch. f. (2), by Guy Ax worthy: dam Chatty Direct, 2:074. Morland. Lexington, Ky... 4,000 Worthy Frisco, ch. c (1). by San Francisco: dam Sybil Wnrthv .ik J. Albert Preston, WernerBvlUe, p. Director Guy, b. c. (1), by Guy Ax worthy; dam Chatty Direct. S. B. Russell Emma Rico. b. f.,(l), by Manrlco'B.: dam Emma Frlaco. J. D. Roque- more, Montgomery. Ala 1,530 Beaohcomber, b. c. (1), by Manrico 13.; dam Blanche .N orris, 2:2Jii, Jacob Wuth, Boston, Maas '. 235 320 450 HELMAR IOO?o Pure package of for 25 Date. March 18. . March 10.. March 20. . March 21, . i'l.. March IllQH WATER FOR LOCAL ANQLKRS 1'ROSI MARCH 18 TO MARCH 22. Randy Hook Princess Jamaica nay Governors Wlllots New . fThn ll.,Nin.I.Mt Ila,' lPan.nt.1 lalnml I'lllnt IXindon A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. . . fi:BI (124 fl.04 0:20 fl:4 t 7:10 0:33 a-M 0:25 0:47 7:43 8K)1 . . fl:42 7m 0:47 7:13 7:27 7:3 7:U8 7:31 10.0S 10:21 H:24 8:42 . . 7:2ii 7:60 7-30 7:5 8:10 8:3 7:4.1 s.Oll 10:17 ll:OS DM U:2l . . H.O.S 8:33 8:13 8:38 8:83 0:18 8:23 8:44 11:28 ll:4S 0:45 10.01 . . 8:52 0.18 8:57. 0:23 0:37 10.O3 0 01 0:22 12:12 10:20 10:4 Bowie Race Meet May Not Be Held ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 17. The Court of Appeals ren dered a doclslon to-day put ting tho Bowlo race track out of business. Unless the Legislature passes tho pending bill to create a racing commission for Prince Georgo's county the meet scheduled for the first week In April cannot bo hold. This Is the second decision of the court ngalnst the Bowie track. In the first caso the court hold that tho law did not permit betting on the races In Prlnco Gcorge'n county. Just prior to the meet last Novem ber tho' race track owners secured an Injunction from Judgo Camallcr to restrain the State's attorney and the sheriff from interfering with the betting. TI.o lower court denied the motion of the State's nttornoy to dissolve the Injunction and the case was taken to tho Court of Appeals. Meanwhile tho racing men went on as usual without tho Interference of the authorities. LEWIS AND I0ND0S VICT0KS. (trnnirlcr Defeat Yurira nnd Lon ., doa Subdue Grant. .Strangler Ed Lewis last night at the Forty-seventh Regiment, Brooklyn, In tho presenco of MOO people, defeated Frank Yurka of Australia in a well contested wrestling bout, that lasted 31 minutes nnd 3 seconds. Lewis pinned his man with a double wrist lock. Jim Londos, tho Greek champion, made quick work of Jack Grant of Califor nia. The Greek got a leg hold and, giv ing his man the windmill swing, dropped him, fell on him and pinned his shoul ders In 13 minutes and 49 seconds. IJTOMOB EXCHANGE mm MARSANS GREAT AID TO THE YANNIGANS Erstwhile Yankee, Now of Red Sox Plays With Dodgers. Special to Tito Sun a.nu New York Hti.to. Jacksonville, Fla., March 17. Ar mando Marsans, erstwhile Yankee and now In tho Red Sox fold, played with the Dodger Yannigans to-day and ho helped them beat the Regulars 10 to The Cuban stopped off here to fan with his old pals In tho Hugglns squad. When ho found they were at Palm Beach ho warmed up with the Robins. Morsan played all winter In Havana and Is In good condition. He made two mis, scoreu a run aim graiKJou vwo flies In left field for the Yans. He leaves to-morrow for Hot Springs, where tho Sox aro training. A one time Giant favorite, Cecil Causey, also mingled with the Dodgers, hut did not don a uniform. He is pitching for the Phils "Red" and Is on his way to Join his club at Birmingham. After watching the Dodgers play nine Innings Causey expressed the opinion that they needed one more week to put them In shape for tho pennant race. Robbie gave the regulars the hardest pitching to-day to tune them" up for to morrow's battle with the Yanks. Slohart orked the first three Innings and suf fered the worst pounding he has en countered this spring. They bunched four hits for two runs In tho opener nnd five safe blows for four runs In the third. Sherry Smith went the next three and had.the regulars eating out ot nis nanu, HI Myers getting the only hit off his southpaw slants, a three ply wallop to tho .barrier. Score by innings: R. II, E, Yannlrani ...8 OO10OOO 110 18 2 IUaiHars ....J o -i u u v u u i- o i.t j Trucks Trucks Trucks A LIi LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD. One tno ton Autovar, special Rabcock body sod thermal! tires; good us new. Two une and half tr.u Kalnlers, pnnol bodies, especially equipped with Gwdjoar, 35x5, pneu matic rord tires. One three-qiinrter ton Rainier, nearly new, with panel body. You ran get one of these practically new cars for a second hand price 11 you act quickly. Adores 'f. W., 428 Sun-Herald. , At.CO five pasacuicct tourln;; good condition; chassis can be made Into TRUCK or WORK ING CAI!; very reasonable price. Apply DAVID H KM Hit, 73 Worth at. Car stored at Duford Garage, 127 East 83d at. U.MUI.UN For sale, credit on brand new Olds moliile: eight cylinder; closed body; will sac rltlce. 'Phone B21 llroad. CADILLAC Will 7 pasnengtr touring; two ex tra shoes; tiro cotrn; car repainted like sew. FISCHER, caro of Premier Co., 130 West 02d, elulitli flour. CADILLAC 57 Imperial UuiousId, speelii leather upholstery; car Id rery excellent condition, immediate delliery. Writ or wire. F. K. UcFADDE.N, 24 Garfield it.. Dttrslt, Mich. CHEVROLET, 4-90 sedan. 1019; perfect condl Hen; SOOO; demonstration. Call Darchy 0570. COLE Aero 8, four and seren passeneer models; overhauled, repainted: three months' iruaran. tee; also other makes. COLE AGENCY, 1240 Broadway, corner Greene av,, Brooklyn, Dash wick 726D. Open evening. DODUB sedan; late model; fine mechanical condition; fowl equipment; imod paint: many extras. STUDEMAKKR COItl'., 1201 Bedford nr., Brooklyn. Tel. Decatur 1484. DOIXiK sedan, late model; tine mechanical condition; good equipment: Rood paint! mny extras. STUDl-BAKKit. 12S1 Bedford ar. FOR SALE Uulck, touring body. 1913. six cylinders, two U. S. Cord tlrea: all Al condition: has not been driven over S.000 miles; price 1.200. C. O. II., 289 Garfield place. Brooklyn. KOK salc-1910 Loiler, fully equipped, (bock absorbers: 0 cylinder, Wij h. p. Phone 23$ Mamaroneck. J. II. l'.U'K, Maiuaroneck. HUDSON sedan, late 1917, recently orernsuled and painted; first clisn condition; reason able figure; can he seen by appointment. W. B . 444 Sun-Herald. Herald squu re. ezulars ....a u -i u u v u o i o ut j l&ittrle-Monat. Smith. Schreiber and Tay- ir! Minus, lie tman. vines. Elliott and uer- en. I'repVre O'Day. KISSEL, 1017 tourinjr. In thorough running condition: opportunity to secure a small fire passenger car at a reasonahle price. STUDK DAKKR COUP.. 1201 Bedford sr., Brooklyn. Tel. Decatnr 1484. LIMOUSINK-LANDAt'LET, late model; Stude. baker, 0 cyllmltr, beautiful mechanical con. dltlon; good paint: good tires; ideal car for private, use; new limousine, coat Ji.OOO; tola car for sale at $1,050; inspection Invited. STUDF.BAKER CORP., 1201 Bedford av., Brooklyn. Tel. Decatur 1484. JS00 600 3S0 400 COO ! h HARRISON RADIATOR Shutters automatically controlled by"Syphon thennostat: Core3j" deep. Excess cooling capacity. Water pump The cooling system that requires no more attention than the family refrigerator You can drive Winter and Summer and no hood covert to bother with, no hard starting or alow warming up And you sate fuel. The first time you ride in your Columbia Sik your satisfaction is keen-rrather. The longer you have your car, the better satisfied you become. And you wouldn't give it up any more than you would your birthright. The Touring Model is popular with those who want a good general purpose car. LIMOUSINE; Landatilct late ui,.del; stude baker, 8 cylinder, beautiful mechanical con dition: rood naint! e-onrl (Iren. tdenl private use: new limousine cost Jt.DCO; tills 'car for sale at tl.OSO; inspection invited. m uumiAKr.it cuitf., uroartway and C7th. 0KRL,NDS AND WILLYS-KNIGHTS. Reconditioned; all modela. Open evenlnra. tVILI.TS-OVEnLAND. Inc . B'way and 50th St. . limousine, practically brand roone wilsex. MERCER No. 2272, new, nnhlemlsbed, S2.S00. Barclay 032.1. NATIONAL 1010. 'seven passenger tourlag car, four months running; all equipped, Mrs. P. BILLY, 2202 Andrews av., Bronx; phona Fordham 4223, or Tremont Oarage. Washing ton and Tremont avs phona Tremont 2103. PAIHK ' 1017, LANDAULET; TERFKOT StEOII.INlCAL UUNNINO ORDER; RUNS 20 MILES ON UALLON OF GAS; WILL SELL OR EX CHANGE FOR TOURING OAR. CALL MR. DUOAN. BRYANT 5344. PACKARD twin six, collapsible brougham, special hody built by F. Woods & Son: per fect running order. AddIt FLORENCE WAL. iTON. Hotel Hlltmore, apartment 731. 1 ... fl.- . III. 1 'IK . . i I ' rAUU""". w- .m... . aHVVini 1 ft psuvi- I ". I get Judkln body, and of the latest pr F 1 duction; lmmtdlat delivery may a hai. E z Writs or wire F. C. UcFADDBN, 24 Qf risiu av., ugtron. men. Colombia Six, PORTER LIGHT POWERFUL ECONOMICAL Chassis $6750 Closod Bodies by Brawatar.A Co. fsrfnjj itltterlet 01 teres now. MORTON W. SMITH CO. ID TV. 44th St. Tat. USSHumy Hill. C0LSASAAcS, C" CHAS. E. RIESS COMPANY, Metropolitan Distributor Wholeaalo DUtributors 9 Central Pork Wet. Telephone Columbui 7117 bTUDF.BAKKR, 1018; small, 0 cylinder tour ing car; summer and winter top equipment: wire wheels; many extras; a chance to secura an all year round car at a very small price. STUDEBAKKR CORP.) 1201 Bedford av., Brooklyn, iei. tiecatnr nw. STOTZ. 1914, 3 cylinder specdsttr. 550; Chevrolet, 1918, B passenger, model 400, 1400; National, 1913, 7 passenger tourlnc, (ISO: will daraonstratc. Telephone 2270 Har lem. DEWEY, 2323 Hoffman It. (tSW, Bronx. STUTZ 1917 touring; new cord tires: excelle at t condition: make offer. JOSEPH KLF.l.V ROOK. 1932 Washington ar. Tremont 2405. TRUCKS TRUCKS TRUCKS. March Sale Now On. IF YOU WANT A TRUCK VISIT U3 Rebuilt and overhauled 1H to 5H tea PACKARDS. PIERCE.ARROW3 & WHITH TRUCKS. llll-HH; ALL GUARANTEED. OVER (00 TO C1IOOSK FROM. TRANSIT STORAGE WAREHOUSE 171-184 Vanderbtlt Av.. Brooklyn. Telephone 268S Prosnsct. TRUCK BARGAINS If you want a BARGAIN In a New or Uatd Motor Truck sea MR. FORTIEH. 840 WEST 49Tn 8T. TRUCK81 TBCCKSI TRUCKS! VARIOUS SIZES 4D MAKES. EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES. (XDNTRACTOR8' DUMPERS. LAWRBNCK MOTOR SALES COnP.. 130 WEST MD. , CIRCLE IW. T. PACKARD. 3H TON. RACK BODY, VOI! DRIVE; RARE OPPORTUNITY; COM PLETE. LAWRENCn MOTOR SALES CORP., 130 WEST 52D. CIRCLE 100. For Hire. ONH ton truck, hourj diy, week or trips will run between New York, Brooklyn, points In Jersey. Canal 8369. ROD AND OUN. DDKrilTA 17 FATHOMS and FARMS rilluLlLli Thwi-7,Sat'diy&Sundi7 FRISCIIAA HAS BEEN REBUILT AND ALL IJEW MACHINERY INSTALLED. Leave S A. M, toot of Ocean Avenue, Sheepshtad Hay. Capl. ENGLAND BOAT.Aranted by club, alternate Bundayf for iaaaon, 2i man. Leavo Wrack Lesa. ShospJihead, Oravesend Bay. GIva partlcn Iwa. j 13. B; 465 Sun-cnM, Fulton at. i.